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NAME

IO::Framed::X::EmptyRead

SYNOPSIS

    use Try::Tiny;
    use IO::Framed::Read;

    my $iof = IO::Framed::Read->new( $some_socket );

    try { $iof->read(20) }
    catch {
        if ( try { $_->isa('IO::Framed::Read') } ) { ... }
    };

DESCRIPTION

Thrown when a read operation returns empty but without an error from the operating system. This isn’t an *error* so much as just an “exceptional condition” that so radically changes the application state that it’s worth throwing on.

You can suppress this error by setting allow_empty_read() on the IO::Framed::Read instance; otherwise, you should probably always trap this error so you can cleanly shut things down.